The purpose of making a typescript rather than a transcript is to skip the clerk's "slips of the pen". There are only a few in the Constitution parchment, and the document shows mastery in the notation style generally.
There is no need to keep the slips, to read and learn. The parchment has "the common defence" and not "Defence", "the Executive Authority" and not "executive Autority", "Office of honor" and not "Honor", for example.
The typescript leaves phrases as "from day to day" or "from time to time", as they are adverbials of time.
We may compare a transcript at the National Archives
US Constitution parchment transcript, US National Archives
Typescript of the US Constitution parchment; font Great Vibes Open Type; font size19pt on average; font spacing 1.5pt on average; kerning 1pt and above; indentation LEX (Latin for law); poster size 1687x2013 pixels.
Source HTML allows adjustments
Source HTML page 1, US Constitution typescript poster